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2005-01-26 New Stratix II member with 82 percent more LEs
Altera announced that it has shipped the largest and final member of the Stratix II FPGA family.
2005-06-17 New DSP kit from Altera
Altera announced a new DSP development kit that includes a DSP development board, Quartus II software v5.0, DSP system reference designs, and an evaluation version of The MathWorks' latest MATLAB/Simulink software update.
2005-03-28 GiDEL, Altera partner on rapid ASIC, SoC prototyping
GiDEL unveiled its PROCStar II 180 development system that offers rapid ASIC and SoC prototyping, research and high-density apps.
2005-07-01 DSP kit leverages Stratix II FPGA
Altera Corp. is selling a development kit that provides designers with a platform for producing FPGA-based DSP applications and ASIC and structured-ASIC design prototypes.
2005-07-28 Altera adds faster speed grade to Stratix II devices
Altera disclosed that it is offering a new, faster speed grade for the largest two members of its Stratix II familythe EP2S130 and EP2S180 devices.
2006-06-08 XtremeData picks Altera FPGAs
Altera Corp. announced that XtremeData Inc. chose Altera's Stratix II FPGA device for their XD1000 FPGA co-processing solution.
2007-01-31 Verification box exceeds 200MHz speeds
Gidel Ltd's Proc_SoC verification box claims to exceed verification speeds of 200MHz, thanks to a direct FPGA-to-FPGA interconnect scheme.
2006-06-19 Programmable chips rev critical algorithms
DRC and XtremeData deliver programmable coprocessors that can accelerate time-critical algorithms run on AMD64 processor.
2005-01-25 Altera bares industry's 'compelling structured ASIC solution'
Developed as an alternative to the standard cell, Altera's HardCopy II is a non-reprogrammable device seamlessly migrated from a Stratix II FPGA prototype.
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